People are part of ocean and coastal ecologies: our health is intertwined.

We invite you to learn more about how and why sport, physical activities and leisure help us experience such close connections with the saltwater plants, animals, geographies and climates.

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Saltwater Library Podcast

  • Latest Episode

    Coastal professionals

    with Naomi Edwards

    June 9, 2022

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  • Native sovereignty & environmental activism
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    with Stephan Schnierer
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    with Dina Gilio-Whitaker
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    with Eric Woehler
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Latest Blog Posts

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  • Rivers, cities & sporting connections to place

    September 24, 2023

  • How urban swimming is cleaning up city rivers

    August 15, 2023

  • Olympic swimming in the Seine highlights efforts to clean up city rivers worldwide

    August 3, 2023

  • Rivers, cities & sporting connections to place

    September 24, 2023

  • How urban swimming is cleaning up city rivers

    August 15, 2023

  • Olympic swimming in the Seine highlights efforts to clean up city rivers worldwide

    August 3, 2023

  • Our vulnerability as outdoor swimmers is personal, but it should be political too

    January 29, 2023

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Moving Oceans is grounded with a deep understanding that we may not all share the same ideology, mindset and values. With an interest in engaging in discussions and debates, and willingness to share information, we invite individuals, journalists, community groups, coastal managers and policy-makers to engage with us.

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